The butler holds a 32oz insulated cup with a no leak straw ... I also have a small "bow" that I think is for a 20oz cup ... It does hold a big gulp perfectlytips727 said:The cost is clearly ghetto. If you had spent over $300, the same thing might have been taken for OEM. By the way, what is it - a beer keg holder?
You smoke while you ride? Those cigarettes must burn down awful fast with the wind.... :histericarhawk said:Ghetto Mod ?
I Love It ....
How about this ?
Only if you used safety wire twister pliers on the .032 wire, but using stainless instead of bailing wire was a very nice touch. Hey, we have high standards here in the Ghetto.Cochinosucio said:Does this qualify for Ghetto mod then?
The boot on my lower fork bridge ball joint was torn. Plenty of grease, and no slop. BMW does not make a replacement boot, you have to buy the new ball joint at $117! I decided to remove the bridge and boot, and fit a small section of mountain bike tire inner tube over the greasy joint. PERFECT FIT. I reused the lower metal wire clip, and for the top I used .032 stainless steel lockwire. Pretty happy about that one.....
So then, you've actually got a "Sippy Cup" ? :histericaFuzzyWuzHe said:The butler holds a 32oz insulated cup with a no leak straw ... I also have a small "bow" that I think is for a 20oz cup ... It does hold a big gulp perfectly
What's inside the little box at the back of the tray is the power source for my Gps, and a power outlet for charging your phone, or whatever. It just made sense to me to put the fire starter in the outlet (instead of just a cap).ebear695 said:so rhawk, besides the lighter, what else did you end up with. I like the extra room. could you have added a mp3 port to replace the cassette? curious minds want to know
That's why I check into this site...Ron your a HOOT. :rotf:RonKMiller said:Only if you used safety wire twister pliers on the .032 wire, but using stainless instead of bailing wire was a very nice touch. Hey, we have high standards here in the Ghetto.
Ah, what the heck, since you saved $117.00 , you could have used a zip tie (black only though) and still been: